Motherhood can be exhausting. In our culture, we are led to believe that our children’s and family’s needs should come before our own. When you add sleepless nights, raising a child with anxiety or another health condition, plus working or volunteering, it is a perfect recipe for burnout. As a wife and working mom of three, Jennifer Bronsnick, MSW knows exactly how hard it is to make time for radical self-care. She wants to remind mothers that when an airplane loses cabin pressure you are instructed to put on your oxygen mask first so that you can assist others. Being a mother is an extreme form of turbulence and it is essential that you are taking care of your physical, emotional and spiritual needs, as well as owning your own value. In this short book, you will learn about your unique energy blueprint for well-being as well as 10 simple tools for reclaiming your mind, body, and spirit.